SNUG 2018 conference – 1st & 2nd November – Hamilton

The SNUG Committee and Chair Jeff Greenough are pleased to announce the 2018 SNUG Workshop!

The SNUG Committee has elected to hold the event in Hamilton, over two days on the 1st and 2nd of November 2018.

We will also hold a ‘tech tour’ in the afternoon of October 31st.  The format of this two-day SNUG workshop will be similar to previous two-day workshops. This will be a mix of presentations from practitioners like you, and interactive discussions on signals-related issues that affect most of us in one way or another.

We will also be holding our AGM at the Workshop.

This year’s event will be held at Novotel Tainui, Hamilton. The Novotel Tainui is at 7 Alma Street, Hamilton.

Day-catering is provided for all attendees.

As part of the two-day workshop, there will also be a SNUG dinner on the evening of the 1st November. There will be optional social networking before and after the SNUG dinner.

Early bird Pricing is $395.00+GST (before 10 October), or $445.00+GST after October 10th.

A new first for this workshop – in an effort to make signals more appealing as a career choice to students, the SNUG committee will sponsor a limited number of eligible students to attend at a much reduced cost. This sponsorship is made possible by the support of our Gold and Silver sponsors.

Booking details will be available soon, and will be notified to the SNUG email list.
If you are not part of the SNUG email list, please register your interest at: http://snug.org.nz/

See you in Hamilton!

 

Sustainability in Transport webinar series – TDM

The Sustainability Society and the Transportation Group are co-hosting a webinar series, supported by Engineering NZ, to stimulate discussion and knowledge sharing across a range of sustainability issues within the transportation arena.

This series is relevant for transportation professionals and the wider built environment and urban planning community where considerations of movement, accessibility and resilience are crucial to taking a system-wide integrated approach to our cities.

Check out our first sessions coming up with more planned for early 2019.

November 22

Travel Demand Management: An Overview and a Conversation

With Louise Baker, WSP Opus

Click here for details

Exclusive:

All TSS and Transportation Group members can attend these webinar sessions for free.

Register via the links above.

 

Sustainability in Transport webinar series – tools

The Sustainability Society and the Transportation Group are co-hosting a webinar series, supported by Engineering NZ, to stimulate discussion and knowledge sharing across a range of sustainability issues within the transportation arena.

This series is relevant for transportation professionals and the wider built environment and urban planning community where considerations of movement, accessibility and resilience are crucial to taking a system-wide integrated approach to our cities.

Check out our first sessions coming up with more planned for early 2019.

December 5

Using Sustainability Tools with Transportation Projects

With Kerry Griffiths, AECOM

Click here for details

Exclusive:

All TSS and Transportation Group members can attend these webinar sessions for free.

Register via the links above.

 

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